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Post Crescent, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin APPLETON POST CRESCENT VOL. L No. 25 28 A, B MCNASHA, WB., SATUtDAY, MAtCH AMOC1ATED PRttW wnuc MWVIOB Price Seven Cents Chinese Reds Name Panchen Lama to Head Puppet State Peiping Declares Dalai Lama Held Under Duress by Rebels; Claims Uprising Is Smashed Tokyo Ufi Red China claimed today it has smashed an uprising in Tibet and in- the La- stalled Panch e n m munist of the rival rebel- lious Dalai L a m a as head of a new regime. An order by Premier Chou Panchen Lama En-lai abolish- attend the show "was pu forth by the Dalai Lama per sonally more than one montl earlier and the date Marcl 19 was fixed by the Dala Lama himself." 'On that day, however, the Milwaukeean In Charge of Firing Squad Havana An Ameri- can is in charge of executions of war criminals at La Ca b a n a For- tress prison. Herman Marks of Mil wau k e e, 37 year-old cap- tain in the Cu ban Rebel! army, has giv- en "R e a dy, Clintonville Youth Dies As Racing Autos Crash 200 Marks times to Aim, Fire" orders nearly firing squads. This represents a sizable por- tion of the 450 executions rebellious Tibetan c 1 i q u ejknown to have in spread wild rumors alleging Cuba since overthrow of Die- that the army units of the Ti- tator Fulgencio Batista, betan military area command "Execution is not pleas- would detain the Dalai Lama! and by using this rumor as a pretext, stage'd armed rebel- ed the Tibetan government lion, put the Dalai Lama un- nominally headed by the der duress and raised such re- Dalai Lama. Peiping said the'actionary slogans as 'indepen- Daali Larna "under duress by dence for ant one, task but a commented necessary "El Cap- tain as fellow reb- els call him. the rebels" tore up the treaty in 1951 with red said. Accounts from The sun-bronzed who quit the (Merchant Marine to join Fi- India and del Castro's rebels in the Si. he signed China. 'Formosa have said the Maestra in December A broadcast by PeipingJLama was directed by the 1957, says he has executed asj said the 23-year-old Dalai La-1 red garrison command to many as 11 in one night. At ma had been abducted to a dinner rate of 20 minutes per ex- rebels who rose against the Fears that the communists in- ecution, that kept Capt. Her- overlords last red Chinese week. Peiping charged the rebels Rising, had been armed by supplies airdropped by the Chinese na- tionalists. The supplies in- cluded radio equipment. The rebels attacked Lhasa' on March 19 and were defeat-j ed in two days of battle, Peip-j ing said. It listed rebel cas-1 ualties at captured. The} red Chinese troops seized 000 small arms. 81 machine- guns, 27 mortars, 6 mountain guns and huge amounts of ammunition, the broadcast said. Head of Committee Peiping carefully refrained from assailing the Dalai La- tended to make him their man busy between about prisoner then started the up- a.m., the a.m. usual time, and Hammarskjold on Homeward Trip UN Secretary-General Has 'Useful'Talks With Khrushchev BY A. I. GOLDBERG Moscow Dag Ham- ma, the living Buddha of Ti- betans and man in the---------- -_ The revolt was blamed on J Premier Khrushchev which the "Tibetan local govern-jhe described as "very use- ment and an upper strata re-.ful." inn Hafkprf VlV TV, just before leaving but this was cancelled, without ex rmg ouuuua ui ii-i uas, iiani- was cancelled, wuuuui <SA the most popular jmarskjold today started at the last minute land of the Lamas, i to New York after talks with He took off in a Soviet TU104 for Paris via Prague There were two unusual de j veloprnents surrounding Ham actionary clique'1 backed by The U.N. secretary-general imperialists. did not elaborate but it was Chau said the the German and Ber- }n MOSCOW on arrival he Panchen Lama will be chair- lin crisjs came up during another meeting. The man of a committee set up the loft for what he called New Conference Cancelled Randall G. Clintonville, Outagamie County's 10th 1959 Fatality An 18-year-old Clintonville youth was killed almost in- stantly in a spectacular auto- mobile crash about a. m. today on Highway 45 about a mile and a quarter northwest of the intersection with High- way 76. A Kenosha man was decap- itated when his auto plowed beneath a semi-trailer in Ken- osha and a Green Bay youth died Friday of injuries receiv- ed Thursday in a collision with a Milwaukee Road freight train in Green Bay. Their deaths brought the trol on a slippery patch of road at a speed estimated by witnesses as between 100 and 105 miles an hour. A passen- ger in the Daebler car said the dead man was drag rac- ing with another auto. Outagamie County Coroner Bernard H. Kemps said Daeb- ler died of crushing head in- juries. His death brought Outagamie county's 1959 high- way death toll to 10. Three passengers in the Daebler car and the driver of the other car were taken to capital for his holiday villa on the Black sea and Hammar w ine JDJcliJIS. ot-d diiu. J-iaiiiiiicsJ. llammarskjold has repeat-, sjqOld went there yesterday t rt frt d i. within framework of the U.N.. would take no initiative welcome see him. the while the U.N. leader wa but here the Soviet newspaper wuuiu iiu to'gave unusual prominence to hadbeen channel the talks in this di-'a speech Khrushchev made} firm control rectlon- Germany 20 days ago state traffic toll to 136, com pared with 152 on this day year ago. The Clintonville youth, Ran- dall G. Daebler, was driver of a car that went out of con- "He is risen" (Mark Great Christian Celebration autonomous region. But the broadcast made it clear that the Chinese red mil-' edl gaid itary will be in charge. Peip- surnmit t a i k s ing said a military control committee was set up in Lhasa Monday and other ci- ties and ml11 CUmlU' "My visit here was very ;atthe Leipzig fair. The Dalai Lama presuma- useful." he told newsmen at German Unity Issue with tho rueeed Kam- Vnukovo airport. "I am ex-j He told the communist All- who have been tremeiy satisfied to have had German Workers conference revolt against the Chinese lhe opportunity of making the lhere thal the reunification of rPris for three years ,triP-" Germany "would be unrealist- Arknowledee Revolt I 1Ie had originally arranged ic today" and appealed to Peipnig radio in conference thcm to <.make no haste" in1 glens, in the open or within ing the sbakeup acknowledg- ed for the first time the Ti- betans had rebelled against Men-Ot-War their red masters. Miami Beach Bathers Millions Prepare to Attend Services on Easter Sunday By The Aseciated Press Atop mountains and m Chou's order emphasized that while the Dalai Lama is trying to unite the two many's. man unification, the Ipremier asked: Miami sea-' "Can the peoples of the under' "duress by the first big invasion of, world exist without the reuni- ?hfranc Jen Lama will act as Portugese men-of-war have flcation of German "chairman of the prepara-Gold Coast bathers yelping. jl hey can, and not badly, tnrv committee for the Tibet Life guards estimated they "Can the Germans live with- -l can autonomous region treated'morY than 300 reunification? They ThP broadcast Quoting the mers for painful poisonings and quite veil. Now China News Agency from the balloon-like marine, "Consequently this question, aiH thr Dalai lama was organisms since Wednesday, though important, is neverthe- "SglnSly to at- Capt. Earl Finder, chief of less not a fundamental tend a theatrical performance Miami Beach's 48 guard In the same speec rus in the auditorium of the Ti-squad said the ocean here is chev arrayed in new for Moundsville, betan military area com- full of them They come in -to a foreign ministers con-' the confines of amphitheaters and churches, Americans by the millions tomorrow cele- brate Easter Sunday, greatest of all Christian feast days. Most of them will mark the holiday in churches of their faith. But many also will band together for traditional public observances. Hollywood Bowl Services On the more frivilous side, the day will bring out parad- sunrise service in the Holly- wood, Calif., bowl. There some persons are ex- pected to hear Sec. of Agri- culture Ezra Taft Benson, one of the 12 apostles of the Lat- ter-Day Saints church, deliver the sermon. In Oklahoma's Wichita mountains near Lawton, oth- Sub Conquers Ice in Arctic Atomic Craft Within Missile Range of Russia BY JOHN H. AVERILL Washington The nu- clear submarine Skate is heading homeward today aft- er dramatically proving that atomic subs can punch through the North polar ice cap within missile range of Russia at any time of the year. Although missile-firing sub- marines are not expected to oin the fleet for more than a fear, the Skate demonstrated :hat nuclear subs can maneu- ver effectively under Arctic ice regardless of the winter or summer. This was shown graphicallj yesterday in the navy's an nouncement that the Skat had completed a 12-day voy age under the ice i the process surfaced throug the ice several times. Surfaced 10 Times The navy spoke only of th Space Over Arctic VfifV Randall Daebler New London Community hos- pital. Daebler's passengers, Arlo J. Wichmann, 20, route 1, Clintonville, Irving E. Arndt, 21, Manawa, and Rob- ert A. Hansen, 18, route 2, Ogdensburg, received cuts, jruises and concussions. Driv- er of the other car Donald V. Sternhagen, 22, 1500 W. Rog- ers avenue, Appleton, receiv- ed a cerebral concussion and a cut over his right eye. Race Starts Arndt told authorities the four youths had gone to a New London bowling alley and beer bar, then drove to Appleton to attend a teenage dance. When they found the dance was called off because of Good Friday, they went to a restaurant-beer bar on S. nie otjujvc w'lij u.. a restaurant-Deer oar on scientific aspects of the tripiOneida street and then to a but the military significance was obvious. In its announce- ment, the navy said this sec- ond polar voyage of the Skate proves the ability of nuclear twicejsubmarines "to operate any as hot Arctic high as !h above the cold time of the year in polar at equal altitudes gi0ns." re- over warmer parts of the earth, scientists have learned. This phenomenon made College rant. The race avenue restau- developed when Altogether, the 267-foot sub- marine surfaced 10 times during its polar journey I Turn to Page 14, Col. 3 Skippers of 2 Crashed Vessels J-Illo JJllCIlWlllCllWH. v public helped in open rifts in the scientists, visualize one of the ice or through thin spots in world's newest discoveries, the ice pack. Once, on uiuuuiaiuB ncai scicntists. visualize one ot tne ice or uirougn mm SPULS m er thousands gather for a sim- world-s newest discoveries, the ice pack. Once, on March ilar observance. Other dawning Van Allen radiation the Skate surfaced exact- or predawn services are tnat hover miles above scheduled for Boston Protest- earth. ants aboard the USS Constitu- u.S. space probes first prov- tion at a dock m the naval ecj the existence of these belts. manci from the Caribbean in It claimed the proposal to countless numbers ________ .-----_--------------- easterly wind. with e in a foreign ministers cpn-i d frockg Biggest gathering! Ala.. worshippers at the site vast ference with the west starting mounds where ear- an May 11 as a forerunner to summit meeting. Probe Launched in Train Derailment Cos Cob, Conn, The New Haven railroad has tak- en out of service the engi- neer of a passenger tram which had to be derailed to keep it from plunging into the Mianus river. A spokesman said the en- gineer, W. D. Smith of Ma- maroneck. N.Y woulrl not work pending the outcome of an investigation into yester- day's accident No one was injured in the derailment.___________ History Feature Looks at Early 4 Woman Editor Today's installment of "The Best from American Heritage" gives an ac- count of an early American woman editor. Sarah Hale edited one of the first women's magazines pro- duced in the country. A mother of five, she also carried- on soft-spoken, but effective crusades for women's rights, education for women, women doc- tors, and also produced many writings. For a look at an unusual woman, turn to Page A-18 of tonight's Post-Cresctnt. a of these is the avenue Easter follows church New York. The prediction annual Fifth of Indian mounds where ear parade that American tribes once gath- jered; for Indianapolis, where a choir of 300 voices will greet I the sunrise in Monument Cir- services in is for fairicle. !weather over most of the Sierra Madre, Calif_._thc tion. I One of the great outdoor re- ligious spectacles will be the ly at the North pole. The Skat, which made a similar trip last summer, is headed for New London, More than 100 miles above! Conn the base from which it Churchill, in Canada's north-jdeparted several weeks ago. ern Manitoba, readings of' Until it arrives there April degrees Fahrenheit have'6 full details of the voyage been measured. This is more'will not be known, than 20 times the heat of On surfacing at the North ing water. (Youth for will hold dawn services be- Turn to Page 2, Col. 7 AF Lady, the Boxer, Sports a flowery Easter hat es- pecially made for her and 7-year-old Diana Lynn Wol- ter, Kansas City, also decked out in a new bonnet, holds a mirror so her pet can view the Easter finery. Lady, however, was more interested kx the creation her head than in mirror. Robber Laughed Ouf of Payroll New holdupman was laughed out of a S3.282 payroll yesterday cause he wore a "monster" rubber mask. The man with the mask walked into a downtown fish warehouse office and an-l nounced "this is a slickup." I Mrs. Lorraine Waldron, a1 secretary, and 'switchboard] operator Alice Griska, think-1 ing it was a gag, just laughed [Warehouse Manager Neil Fol- dal walked in, thought it was an employe pulling a stunt, and said "stop kidding The masked man fled. But truck driver John McKelvcy seeing the man and thinking I it was a good joke, ripped off 'the mask. The intruder, whom police said was carrying a gun, was New York Capt. Lou- is Murphy, skipper of the tanker Valchem, contends that the Grace line's Santa Rosa hit his ship as he lay Iwe to in thick fog. Murphy's statement to newsmen yesterday, after his smashed vessel reached Brooklyn under tow, directly contradicts a Grace line state- ou. ....._____ ment that the Valchem cross- pole, the Skate's crew scathed in front of the luxury liner the Val- _____ ___ __. collision in New Mexico, the highest'her. His widow said ft had, early Thursday 22 miles off temperature recorded has! been his wish that the ashes; Atlantic- City, N.J. The been about degrees. I be taken to the pole._____ ton Valchem had its stern ai- most cut in half. The lon Santa Rosa's bow was crushed above the water line, but there were no injuries to passengers and crew. The Santa Rosa was returning here after a 12-day Caribbean cruise. ig water I pole, the Skate s crew in uoiu m me- But, at similar heights above1 tered the ashes of Sir Hubert in perfect weather. _ T.-ii... _ nA A r-nt V- T? r- t- Y'OMMVl n rocket launching sites at Wilkms, the noted Arctic ex- 'White Sands ground plorcr who died last Decem- chem died in the ii i rl i4 'T1 IT 11 ii v V. Four crewmen of Anchorage Gives Warm To 37 Pioneers From Michigan said was carrying a gun, was1 dogs-no other pets and of the caravan sa.d the identified as Philip AlbaneseJ five strangers they weekend would be devoted r I if. AT Anchorage Wi This booming city, Alaska's larg- est, in complete sur- render today to a road- weary, happy band of mod- ern pioneers who call them- selves the Michigan Sfiers. They rolled into town yes- men, women and children who left the Detroit area 23 days ago in a mile trek to a new life on this new state's Kenai pen- insula Pick Up 5 Strangers With the 59ers were seven other pets carve a living from the wil- derness. Fun-loving, boisterous An- chorage gave them a wel- come they'll probably not soon forgot. There was a noisy escort from the outskirts of An- chorage to city hall, where tho 59crs slopped up a rod carpot to a greeting by Mayor Hewitt Lounsbury and other civic dignitaries. Thero was a wonderful re- past at a modern Anchor- age restaurant. And thoro was friendship all around thorn. Ronald .lacobowitz, leader of tho caravan, said the 19, who two weeks ago Worked a day for the firm as a truck driver. Authorities said Alba- nese has been out on bail in a Brooklyn robbery case. AI- banese was charged with as- sault and robbery. up along the way. Their 17 cars and trucks, 6 house trailers and 2 cargo trailers were packed to overflowing with all of their worldly possessions, includ- ing tools with which to to rest and to acceptance of only a few of the many of- fers of ho'SViitality the 59ers have had. "It's ft wonderful group of people wp're with and it's a wonderful group of people we have Jacobowitz saifl "Tho way our people have worked together getting here, 1 don't think we will have too much trouble on tho peninsula Jacobowitz said that when federal offices open Monday the group will start the proc- ess of homostoadmg land on the Kcnai peninsula. He said a small advance group would probably be sent to the peninsula to look over the area and then report back to tho rest Cooperative- Venture Tho homesteaders will re- main together m a coopera- tive venture on the Konai. They will pool all of their resources, their tools, their labor and their yield. After traveling for some 4.800 milos. tho 224 miles to tho homestead area was just a skip away., faster Paraders May Suffer From Sunburn I Wisconsin Fair tonight i and warmer in the north and west portions. Sunday partly cloudy and warmer. Lows tonight should range from 28 to 34. Outlook for Monday: Increasing cloudi- ness with little change in temperature. Appleton Temperatures for the 24-hour period end- ing at 9 o'clock: High 40, low 19. Temperature at 10 o'clock 34. Southeast wind at 5 miles per hour. No pre- cipitation. Barometer 30.40 inches. Weather map on Page A-ll. Sun sets at p.m., ris- es Sunday at a.m.; moon rises at P. m. Prominent star is Antares. Visible planets are Venus, -Mars, Saturn and